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Synonyms for cell

any small compartment

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The findings of Dubois and Boutan were no doubt instrumental in Wagge's (1955) conclusion that migrating ameboid cells were essential contributors to shell formation.
In some cases exceptionally large free ameboid cells with a pale nucleus, a wrinkled membrane and a large amount of fine and coarse carbon particles, completely filling the protoplasm, can be found in the lumen of the enlarged vessels (Fig.
Many of the round ameboid cells are morphologically identical with common small and medium sized lymphocytes, as described in the foregoing for the blood, filling the enlarged capillaries and capillary veins.
Here again the most attentive search fails to show any signs of their supposed transformation into free ameboid cells either in the lumen or on the outer surface of the wall of the vessel.
Upon the experimental induction of inflammation, he then tracked the fate of these endothelial cells and found that they separated themselves front each other to become free and transform themselves into ameboid cells that appeared to be macrophages.